Stand-up comedian Rohan Joshi made distasteful remarks against Raju Srivastava after he passed away today, September 21. Twitter blasted Rohan for his insensitivity.
- Comedian Raju Srivastava passed away on September 21
- On Atul Khatri’s condolence post for Raju Srivastava, Rohan Joshi made insensitive remarks.
- Twitter blasted Rohan for his now-deleted comment.
Stand-up comedian Rohan Joshi found himself in trouble after he shared some insensitive remarks about late comedian Raju Srivastava on YouTuber Atul Khatri’s post. Soon, Twitter and netizens destroyed him for his distasteful comment. Though Rohan has now deleted his comment, it was far too late. Screenshots of Rohan Joshi’s post are going viral on social media. This comment comes hours after Raju Srivastava passed away on September 21.
TWITTER DESTROYS ROHAN JOSHI FOR HIS INSENSITIVE REMARKS
Popular YouTuber Atul Khatri took to Instagram to mourn the demise of Raju Srivastava. Taking to the comments section, Rohan Joshi wrote, “We haven’t lost a thing. Whether it was Kamra whether it was roast or any comic in the news, Raju Srivastav took every opportunity he ever got to s**t on newer comics especially after the new wave of stand up started. He went on every f***all news channel every time he was invited to go s*** on an upcoming arty form and call it offensive just because he couldn’t understand it and new stars were rising. He might have told a few good jokes but he understood nothing about the spirit of comedy or defending someone’s right to say something even if you don’t agree. Fuck him and good riddance.(sic).”
Here’s the post:
HERE’S HOW TWITTER SLAMMED ROHAN JOSHI
Twitter was enraged after seeing Rohan Joshi’s comment. They slammed him and called him jealous for ‘spewing venom’s after his passing away. The comment now stands deleted.
Here are some comments:
On August 10, Raju Srivastava collapsed while training at his gym. He was then rushed to AIIMS Delhi where he was put on ventilator. He passed away on September 21 after battling for 41 days. He was 58 years old.